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check the localconnection class if the two swfs are open at the same time via the same user.
no! the SWFs are opened by different users on the different computers.
you'll need to use server-side code.
I know how to send variables for the serverside but I don't know how to send variables from server side for the SWF!
currently I'm sending variables form one SWF for a .php file on the server and the php saves that variable in a .txt file and the other SWF every 5 seconds requests for the variables and the php cheks the .txt file if there were any thing it would send them for it (I'm using LoadVariables() command)
but I dont want to chek that every 5 seconds, I and I don't want to use that .txt file
its so much better to send the variables directly between SWFs
you can't send directly.